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21 November 2018

Save the high street: public ownership, not ghost malls

This year has been a bad year for the retail sector. About 14 shops are closing a day, a net loss of 1,123 from Britain's main high streets in the first half of this year, according to accountants PwC.

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21 November 2018

Over one million students strike against sexism and for inclusive sex education

The general student strike called by the Students Union and Libres y Combativas (free and combative) was a powerful success.

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21 November 2018

Indefinite dinner ladies' and teaching assistants' strike

The strike action at Ladywood primary school in Grimethorpe reached its 29th day

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Tories Out!

15 November 2018

Tories Out! General election Now!

Theresa May's government is on the brink.
This morning the resignations began.
Esther McVey and Dominic Raab were first out the door, along with a number of junior ministers

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14 November 2018

Theatre: The Last Seam - a lasting tribute to Mary Jackson

The Last Seam is a piece of theatre with a script based on interviews that relate the story of a Yorkshire pit community throughout the miners' strike of 1984-85 and afterwards

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14 November 2018

Leeds meeting backs striking rail guards

It was standing room only as a packed meeting in Leeds supported the long-running dispute to maintain the safety-critical role of the guard on Arriva Rail North

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14 November 2018

National Education Union: vote for action on funding

Vote yes for industrial action, vote James Kerr #1 for Inner London

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14 November 2018

Victory for democracy at CWU 'redesign' conference

The 'redesign' conference of the Communication Workers Union held vibrant debates on invigorating the union's impact on the new world of work and the gig economy

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14 November 2018

PCS union members: why we're backing Chris

Re-elect Chris Baugh PCS AGS: "I can see an emergent threat in the union, where we want this union to be member-led, but at the moment it looks as though the union's moving towards control by unelected full-timers"

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14 November 2018

British Gas workers need rank-and-file leadership

The engineers who actually showed leadership to the workers while the union tops failed in their responsibilities will be targeted by the company

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14 November 2018

TGI Fridays strike wins control of tips

After two rounds of strike action, TGI Fridays staff have won

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14 November 2018

A mass, trade union-led, socialist anti-racist campaign can defeat the far right

Thousands of people are marching against racism and fascism on 17 November

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13 November 2018

Latest Socialism podcasts

Listen to the latest podcasts on Trumpism, and on the trade unions

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13 November 2018

Tube strike solid against victimisation

Workers on the Central line of the London Underground walked out for 24 hours on 7 November, organised by transport union RMT and train drivers' union Aslef

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7 November 2018

Dozens of militant trade unionists to address Socialism 2018

Militant trade unionists from around the country will participate in Socialism 2018, this weekend in central London

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7 November 2018

Back Chris Baugh and Marion Lloyd for a fighting, democratic, lay-led union

This month votes take place to decide the PCS Left Unity candidates for the union's 2019 elections.

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7 November 2018

Worldwide walkout at Google against sexual harassment

#MeToo hit the tech world

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7 November 2018

Unison HE ballot: Anti-union rules block action

Unison trade union members at universities across the UK voted 62% in favour of strike action after rejecting the employers' final offer of 2% (with slightly higher increases for the lowest paid of up to 2.7%).

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7 November 2018

Arriva Rail North strike hits 34 days of action

1,300 train guards across the north of England took their 34th day of strike action in defence of a safe, secure and accessible railway on 3 November.

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